I can't cough up any sympathy for Khloe either, and if the Kardashians wanted any, this episode never should have seen the light of day.
Khloe is her own worst enemy. First Lamar, who she married after only knowing him one month (and everyone but Bruce ooohed and ahhhed over it.). Then she gets pregnant by Tristan after only knowing him a few months, and after he cheated WITH her? Never heard of birth control, Khloe? And yes, I know accidents happen, but she'd been whining about wanting a child for so long - so the timing on her pregnancy leads me to believe it was intentional on her part. Who knows if Tristan knew or cared?
So she got what she wanted from the relationship - a baby. Good for her. But all this talk about love, and trust etc. - give me a break. The relationship couldn't have been too solid to begin with. And if she needed a second clue, well, cheating on her when she's 9 months pregnant should have taken care of that.
"Oh, they broke up my family" - what family? She had no family with Tristan. She has a daughter, that's what she wanted. Tristan was a means to an end.
All of them, with the exception of Kylie, came across as children. From their sing along in the car, to Khloe's screaming at that Savas person, to her (again) getting too physical with Kourtney, yelling at Kris for not having her back (like Kris could stop Jada Pinkett from doing whatever Jada Pinkett wants to do)to their calling Kanye (for what? Does Kanye excel in advice to the lovelorn?)
I suspect the original intent was to blame Jordynn and Jordynn only. But when Khloe got the twitter backlash, they realized they had better be more subtle about it. But it's why they didn't want the Jada interview - has nothing to do with apologizing first to Khloe - rather, it might interfere with the Kardashian narrative.
And Tristan was suicidal? Calling and texting her all day? More likely in bed with someone else.